tirotiro

tirotiro, (-a, -‘ia), fq. titiro. Look, glance, stare.

Ko‘ai tā kōtou e tirotirō ra?
Who are you all looking at?;

Kua kite ‘aia i te ‘enemi i tōna tirotiro‘anga ki muri.
He kept glancing back and caught sight of the enemy;

Ka tirotiroa kōtou e te tangata mē tae ki tei reira ‘ōire.
People will stare at you when you reach that village.

nānā

nānā,

1. v.t. To turn or raise (the eyes), look at.

Kua nānā ‘aia i tōna mata ki runga i tōna rongo‘anga i te ‘aruru o te pa‘īrere.
He looked up when he heard the roar of the plane;

i tōna nānā‘anga ki te ‘opunga,
when he looked to the west.

2. v.i. Turn, look, glance (of the eyes).

Kua nānā ‘aere tōna mata.
His eyes glanced here and there;

Kua nana akera oki tona mata ki runga e akara atura.
And then he raised his eyes and looked (Gen. 18.2).